epa03018837 (FILE) A file photograph dated 28 November 2010 shows Abdelilah Benkirane, the secretary general of the Moroccan political party of Justice and Development, taking part in a protest in Casablanca, Morocco attended by an estimated 3 million Moroccan demonstrators – from all over the country – against a probe into violent clashes between its security forces and residents of Western Sahara by the United Nations. On 29 November 2011, Morocco’s King Mohammed VI appointed Islamist leader Abdelilah Benkirane prime minister, tasking him with forming a government, the official news agency MAP said. The monarch received Benkirane, 57, in the central Moroccan town of Midelt, where Mohammed VI had travelled to launch a solidarity campaign. Benkirane’s moderate Islamist Justice and Development Party (PJD) took a clear victory, winning 107 of the 395 parliamentary seats in 26 November’s elections. EPA/SELMAOUI KARIM

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